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National Savings up in November

Sales of National Savings products in November 2000 amounted to £1.1bn, bringing total sales to that date for the financial year 2000/01 to £7.9bn.

The figure is 10 per cent up on the same month last year, and leaves National Savings&#39 total liabilities to customers at the end of November at £63bn.

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